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Anton Schmid

Anton Schmid was an Austrian recruit in the Wehrmacht who saved Jews during the Holocaust in Lithuania. A devout but apolitical Roman Catholic and an electrician by profession, Schmid was conscripted into the Austro-Hungarian Army during World War I and later into the Wehrmacht during World War II. Put in charge of an office to return stranded German soldiers to their units in late August 1941, he began to help Jews after being approached by two... Read More

Born9 January 1900
Vienna, Austria-Hungary
Died13 April 1942 (aged 42)
Stefanska Prison, Vilnius, Reichskommissariat Ostland
OccupationElectrician
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